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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, APR. 17, Iftll.
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nous and uiilltli h oh tlio uinlnlniiit, you
nilil, "To men with tin' spirit of- tlio
twentieth tmttiry In thcni this sltua
tlun Is Intolerable It Is neither Clirls
tlmi nor American. Wi must ml It."
Tlu prohibitionists raIiI n err at ilenl
during the plebiscite iiuuut saving the
llnvvnll.m nice, but slmu then, until
now, to borrow n. plirnso from the elo
quent Mr Woollcy, they "lapsed Into
a sllenoo that loulil befell." bo fnr ns
the fiibjpct of saving iIiotocu wnii con
'I hut many nntlvo Hnunllntis hate
Ultimo Imbued with the Idea that the
Covurnment outs them a IhlliK Is the
lesiilt of misfortune rather tliiin fault
on their part Tlio suiltlon Imposition
of the while man's clWIIrallun upon
the easy going llnwnllan race was
enough to staKRer It, but the Impact
of tlio Oriental hoides which were
brought to these Islands In the Inter
est of sugar was a "solnr plexus ' The
llaunllan vwm nu menu agriculturist,
and time was when ho tilled the soil
llu was u good llsht'iman, mid he
'I lie white man wllllngl) helped lilni
to get tld of Ills hinds wlilln the Orl
i lillil elbowed him out of his other
imaus of livelihood It was no fault
of tlio Hawaiian that he tould not
Ftand competition with peupht who, for
lenturles, had been taught that star
vation wus the alleruutle of unrcmit
Hut; labor He was In no condition to
imet such competition In n last
Etlllgglo to keep body n till soul togeth
ir tlio nntli e has not unnnturall)
turned to the government for employ
', mi lit The situation of today, of
which you and .Mr Woollej t-o rabidly
tomplaln, Is but the natural result of
(ouilltlons which were not of tint 'n
wnllan's choosing, but whlih have been
Imposed upon lillil through the white
nun's Influence nnil In furtherance of
tlio white man's Interests
Vour plan to disfranchise the Ha
waiian will not, I feel sure, commend
Itj.elf to Intelligent and fair-minded
people The time mn come whin
tliclr votes will be needed In tho en
deavor to maintain n popular form of
government here, nnd to obvlato the
mcetslt) of exchanging what u now
have for a military lolon) In which
tin re would be no franchise for any
one. Taxation without representation
la hardly n thing to bo courted In
this iiiiinectlou It tuny be safely said
Hint neither The Frit nil nor the fac
tion which It represents will bo able
to control the Oriental-American voto
when It bei nines a facte i' In local poll
tics Aside fiom tho Christianity and hu-
niault) of the thing. It would appear
to be sound policy and good business
to endeavor to save nnd preserve tlio
Hawaiian rate it would be a (.mi
le nil to the native llnwallans men,
women and ihlldien If they could be
gottcu out of thu tenements nnd oil
the streets of tho towns, especially of
Honolulu Hut It, Is In the towns that
moit uf tho "otllces and Jobs" are to
be hud If the planters could be
brought to seo tho vvlsjom of tal.lng
up tho Btibject In earnest muth good
might ho accomplished 1 hero aro not
enough llnwallans left to cut any fig
ure In the matter uf Held labor, but It
would seem as though the) might bo
Induced In accept employment on tho
plantations, at wages that would en
able them to lit it and rear families, as
mill handi, stable-met), teamsters and
met hank's In that event, dividends
might not be so Inigo us they have
been, but 1 believe it would pay In the
'Tho HnwnilanB, notwithstanding
the Ir frailties, possess many good iuat
Hies. Is it possible for Tho Friend to
forget Its plquo at the lesult of the
plebiscite, mid use Its lulluume In un
attempt to do some tauglhlo good for
the Hawaiian people ami, incidentally,
for Hawaii? I beg to commend the
subject to you ns ouo which deserves
the most thoughtful consideration.
A (1. .M ItOIIKUTSON.
April 17. 1911
IS TO BE USED
According to the latest Information
f i oni Wuslilugton tho construction
work on thu buildings for barracks
and olllcers' (punters at Tort linger
will bo un Improved method of con
crete building, the coat of concrete
being shot against the Inuer wall by
means of compressed nlr, tu what Is
known us a concrete gun
Captain Hdwnnla Is curiylng on tho
preliminary work at Diamond Head
rapidly nnd he plans to huvu every
thing completed by the end of the
year, or soon after 1UI2 commences
at' (he latest
CLERK GETS HIS
Norman Watkins, chairman of the
accounts committee, of the House, and
Cleric Kdwmd Woodward have
clashed over tho payment of $1010 to
Ihigeno Alii, n houso committee clerk,
Thu clash ended hurt ever with it de
cision in favor of Watkins
Alu recently did sumo tianslatlon
work for the Houso nnd Woodward
refused to O K the bill and voucher
on thu ground that Alu Is already re
ceiving $7 u day us committee clerk
and that to pay him In addition for
translating bills Is not right. How
ever Alu declared that he did the
work on Sunday, and Kepresentattve
Watkins, chairman of the Accounts
Committee, took tho view that he was
entitled tu the extru tun-spot
Weekly Bulletin 81 per rear,
To pHOVIHK lOK ExTMITAIN.MI.XT AND ExPP.XBKH OP SttOH
Siin.uohs and Memphis or Titr. Hophf. op Rkimiehent
aiivis op tiii: Unitei States axii Othk.u Dihtinouihii
i n Pfiisox as May Visit thP. TfiimTouy op Hawaii
Phior to Junk .10, U)i:i.
lie il'Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Src'riox 1. Tlio sum of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00)
Dollars is hereby appropriated, to Ixi paid out of any moneys) in
tlio Tn usury of the Territory received front tlio general reve
nues of tlio Territory, for entertainment nnd expenses of such
Senators mid Mcmlicrs of the House of Representatives of tho
United States and other distinguished persons as may visit tho
Territory of Hawaii prior to June .I0, 1013.
Strno.v 2. The money hereby appropriated shall lie uuder
the control of and expended by the Secretary of Hawaii.
Sictiox .'5. This Act shall be in effect front and after tho
date of its approval.
Approved this Uth day of April, A. 1). 1011.
v WALTER F. FREAK,
Governor of the Territory of Hnwnii.
To AitKxn Spctioxh 0 ANti 8 op Apt 48 op tiik Skssiox
Lvws op 1911, E.ntpi i.ki) "Ax Act to Depink, Rpoii-
1.A1K AXII I.ICKXHK E.MItlltAXT AjlBXTS."
Be It Enacted bu the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Sictiox 1. Section 0 of Act 18 of the Laws of 1011 is here
hvgaiiicudcd to read as follows:
"Section 0. No emigrant agent shall induce, entice or ior-
suado or attempt to induce, entice or persuade nny servant or
lalmror who shall have contracted, either orally or in writing,
to serve his employer for a specific length of time, io leave the
service of said employer for the purpose of leaving the Terri
tory during tho term of such service, without the consent of
said employer, nor shall hr nid or nlet any such servant or
laliorer in leaving said service and. the Territory during' thu
term thereof, without the eon-out of said emplover."
Sfctiox 2. Section 8 of Act 18 of the' Laws of 10U' is
bereby amended to read as follows:
"Section 8. Tn case of nny breach' of condition of nny bond
given under tho provisions of this Act, the Treasurer may, and
upon demand and tho receipt of satisfactorv assurances for
payment of cents, shall enforce said lmnd either in his own
name or in the name of nny person as obligee therein bv np-
propriate proceedings in nny court of competent jurisdiction
for the use and ltcnefit of any person injured by such breach."
Si ctiox '!. This Act shall take effect upon ,its approval.
Approved this nth tiny .of April, A. I). 1011.
WALTER P. FREAR,
Governor of the Territorv of Hawaii.
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I'o Amf.xii Sictioxs 1080, 1(181, 1084 axii 1880, a?d Rk
, i'km. Sh-t(o.ns 1082, 108S, 10(! axd 1087 op thk R'k-
VVVN OF HAWAII, ItKI.ATIXO TO OUPItCMK AXIJ
CottltT (Jl.hltKS. '' '' ' '
lie it Unacted by the Legislative, of the Territory of Hawaii:
Skctiox 1. Section 1080 of tlio Revised Laws ofllitwaii,
as amended by Act .11 of the Session Laws of 1007, is hereby
amended to read as follows:
"Section 1080. There shall lo a clerk of the Supremo Cpft
and ns many deputy clerks and assistant clerks as tlio business
of tho Supremo Court-shall require, appointed antl'remoVahlo
by the Justices of the Supreme. Court. TheTelerk of-ihe'Sn
promo Court shall bo ex-ofllcio clerk of all tho courts of record
of the 'Territory, and art such may issuo process returnable in all
There shall bo as ninny clerks of tho Circuit Courts as may
be necessary, appointed nnd removable by the judge or judges
thereof, as tho caso may 10." ',VI" - ''
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ShfTiox 2. Section 1081 of said Revised Laws is hereby
amended to read ns follows:
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"Section 1081. Tn case of the temporary nbsencn or dis--'
ability of any clerk or when tho business of any court demands,
an assistant cletk may le a)poiuted in the innnner providetl
in Section 1080 for such temporary duty ns may bo required
and the salary of such assistant at a rate not to exceed $100
jhV month anil for a period not to exceed three months may bo
paid out of any appropriation available for tho expenses of the
Surnox ',), Section 1084 of said Revised Laws is hereby
amended to read as follows:
"Section 1084. Omtmhj. The cleiks of the Supreme and
Circuit Courts shall have tho custody of all records, books, pa
pers, moneys arid other things pertaining to their" respective,
Surnox 4. Sections J082, 1085, 108(1 antt 1087 oi,nid
Revised Laws aro hereby rt'iienled.
Sfctiox fi. Section 1880 of said Revised Laws is hereby
ntnended to rend ns follows: ,
"Section 1880. Obligee; condition. The liond required in
Section 1884 shall in nil eases run to tho clerk of the Supremo
Court niitl to his sttcessors in office. It shall, 1m contKtionod for
nil costs to nrise subsequent to its filing nnd against, the re
moval or tlispos.il of projK'rty."
Sfctiox 0. This Act shall tnke effect on July 1, 1011.
Approed this 12th day of April, A. D. Hill.
" SK WALTER F. FREAR,
Governor of thCTerritory of Hnwnii.
AN AOT '
To EXCOPIIAOF. TIIK FltOtUICTlOX OP GltAWS KOn CKRTAtX
lie it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Sfctiox 1. For one year from and nfler the first day of
January, A. 1). 1013, all property solely and actually used in
tho production of grapes for the manufacture of wine for com
incrcinl purposes shall 1 exempt froni property taxes, but such
exemption shall Ik allowed only to any pc'rslon, firm or corpora
"tion in respect of land in nctual vine cultivation, not exceeding
twenty acres in the case of nny one holding, or to tho extent of
twenty nercs where any holding exceeds twenty neres,
Tn'ordor to secure Bitch exemption, the land in respect where
of such exemption is claimed., must bo fenced nnd actually un
der cultivation prior to tho first day of January of the year in
which sitch exemption is claimed. .. ' '
'Sfctiox 2. This Act shall tnke effect from nnd after tho
date of its approval.
Approved this 12th day of April, A. D. 1011.
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
"' AN ACT
To Amkxd Skctjox muti of' tiik Rkvisfi Lawr of Hawaii,
ah AMKXiiKn Jtv Act 00 op tiik Sissiox Lawa-ok 1007,
RlI.ATlNd to Lickxskh.
He it Enacted byUte Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Sectiqx l.1 Section 1335 of'the Revised Laws of Hawaii,
as amended by Act 00 of the Session Laws of 1007, is hereby
amended sV as to rend as follows:
"Section lSftSf' The annual fee for n license to sell Awa
shall be Three Hundred Dollars (.$300.00) for the District of
Honolulu, Plfft; Dollars ($.10.00) for each of the Districts of
South Ttilo, Walluku and Lahnina, jtnd Twenty-fivo Dollars .
($2.1.00) for each of the other" taxation districts of tho Terri
Skctiox 2. This Act shall 1k effective from and after tho
first day of July, A. D. 1011.
'Approved this 12th'day,of April,-A. D. 1011.
' - ' ' WALTER F. FREAR,
, Governor of. tho Territory of Hawaii.
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To Amkxd SfcCTiox 28 op Act 30 of tiik Skssiox Laws of
1005, Extitled "An Act Ciikatixo Counties WitHix
TIIK TKUhlTORY OP ILwVAII AND PltOVlDIXO KOK THE QoVj
KIIXMKNT TllFttEOP AS AmkXDP.U."
.Iie it Enacted by'the Legislature of the Teriitory of Hawaii:
Section1 1. Section 28 of Act 30 of tho Session Laws of
15, entitled "An Act Creating Counties within tho Tei
y Hawaii ond Providing for tho Government thereof"
anicntled is'hercby amended in manner as follows
1. Striko out' tho figures "1800" in'lhV? arid insert in lieu
thereof the figures "2400" so that the lino as amended will
read: ' j y
1 i i i i
"Sheriff f tho County of Maui 2 100 a year."
2. Strike out tho figures "1200" in lino 11 nn'tl insert in
lien thereof tho figures "1800" bo that tho line as amended
will read: , i .
"County Clerk of the County of Maui 1800 o year."
3. Striko out tho figures "1500" in lino 15 and insert in
lieu thereof the figures "2100" so that tho lino ns ntnended
will rentl,: . '
"Auditor of the County of Mnui 2100 a year."
4. Strike out tho figures "1800" in lino 27 nnd insert in
lieu thereof tho figures "2400" bo that the Jino as amended
"County Attorney of tho County of Maui. . 2400 a year."
C. Striko out tho figures "1600" in lino 31 and insert in
lien thereof tho fignics "2100" so that tho lino ns ntnended
"Treasurer of the County of Mnui 2100 a year."
0. Striko out the figures "000, 1200, 000, 000" nnd "000"
in lines, 51, 52, 53, 54 nnd 55, and insert in lien thereof, con-
vuliveiy,tthorgures "t200, .tf.OO, 0CO, 1500" and "720" so
thni'lhe lines so nmcniW Will oneh rt-'ad as follows: .
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"Deputy Sheriff of the District of Lahnina. 1200 n year."
"Deputy 3heriT of tlio District of Wnilukn . 1 500 n year."
"Deputy Sheriff of Hih Dislrict of Hana. . . 000 a year."
"Deputy Sheriff of1 tlio District of Maknwno IfiOfTn jear."
"Deputy Sheriff of the District of Molbkni. '720 n year."
Section 2. Tin's Act shnH'fnko effect from' and after July
N ' ll ' '
' Approved this 'yi day of April, A. D. 1011.
'tyi ' ' WALTER F.' FREAR,
Governor of the, Territory of Hawaii.
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To Pbovide foh tiik Maixtkxaxce,op the Puni.ic Sciiooib.
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Tho Department of Public Instruction is Here
by authorized, 'empowered, und directed to prepare n salnry
Fchedulo to cover tie eompensotion to lie paid nil teachers, super
visors, nnd principals. Such .schedule shall lie based ujion n
classification oi schools, classification of teachers' certificates,
and length of service', provided, however, that tho schedule as to
salaries of principals and mfncrvisoni shall bo based ttlso upon
the number of teachers under ihcir direction. Such schedule,
, when approved by the Governor, nnd published at least three
times in some newspaper of general circulation, printed nnd
published in Honolulu, shnll linvo the force and effect of law.
Such schedule may, from time to time, with like approval and
publication, lto altered, amended or revisejjT Hereafter u'l sal
aries of teachers, supervisors and principals shall bo pttid ac
cording to such schedule. Tho total number of teachers, in
cluding supervisors and principals, who may be continuously
employed by the Department in nny one year shnll not exceed
one for, every thirty-five (35) pupils enrolled in tho public
schools during the preceding year, provided; however, that the
monthly pay-roll of teachers, supervisors aud principals, shall
not exceed Forty-five Thousand Dollars (,$45,000.00) per
month plus Fifty Dollars ($50.00) additional for every thirty-,
five (35) children of school ago added to the enrollment of the
public schools after Juno 30,1911.
Section 2. Prior, to December 15, 1012, and every second
year thereafter, tho Departiiwut of Public. Instruction shall
piepaio a budget, to lie ktiown as tho School Budget, showing
the estimated expenses, other than salaries of teachers, super-.
visors, and principals,- of Iho Public-Schools nnd of such De
partment for the next ensuing biennial- period.' Such midget
shall lie in tho following form:
Salnry of Superintendent.
Salaries of Ofllco Force. -
Libraries nnd Rooks.
Industrial nnd Manual Training.
Maintenance of Special Schools. ' 4'
New buildings (school houses, cottages nnd outbuildings). ,
Repnirs and mniutennnce of buildings and grounds nnd new
Janitor service. .,
Furniture and fixtures,
Skctiox 3. Not later than Deeemler 15, 1012, nnd every v
second year thereafter, such budget shall be submitted by the
Superintendent of Public Instruction to a Commitfeo of Esti
mates, consisting of the Secretary of the Territory,' lio shall
lx chairman, tlio Superintendent of Public Instruction, tlio
Mayor o"f thu City and County of Honolulu and. tho Chairmen
of tho Ronrds of Supervisors of the several counties. Such
Committee 'shall meet, in Honolulu, at the call of the chnirmuu,
nnd shall consider such budget. It mny, in its discretion, re
vise or cluingo any item appearing under tho general heading
"Special Fund," but it shall not change any item appearing un
der tho heading "General Fund." The meimVrs of such Com
mitteo shnll servo without pity, but shall lo entitled to their
actual traveling cxpeiibes, to Ik paid out of, tho funds provided
for tho general expenses of tho Department. Not later than
January Iff, 1913, nnd every second year thereafter, such bud
get, as revised by the Commit too of Estimates, shall Ik submit
ted to tho Governor of tho Territory, who shall submit the same
without change, but with his own recommendations to tho Leg
islature within ten days after the opening of its nexj regular
. session. xIn ease the Commit too of Estimates fail to act upon
tho school budget within the time alwvo specified, the Super
intendent of Public- Instruction shall submit the budget, os pre
, pored by the Department, to tho Governor us aforesaid, and he
shall, ns aforesaid, submit the same to tho Legislature. Such
btulget, when ncteehupon by the legislature, shall determine tho ,
amount which may bo' expended for such purposes during tho
succeeding' biennial period. '
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